A history of the Native claims processes in Canada, 1867-1979: R32-314/1980E-PDF

"This historical background paper is about the various processes and mechanisms used by government since Confederation in an attempt to resolve native claims. It is a survey, not a definitive study, to try to understand why certain claims arose, how these were put forward for settlement, government's reponse to them, and the ultimate success of the settlement. It is intended for the general reader, either native researcher, government official, academic or student, who wishes to gain some information and insight on native claims. The report is divided into two sections. The first contains various 'case studes' and the second, an anlysis based on the historical facts presented in each study"--Introd., p. iv.

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Title A history of the Native claims processes in Canada, 1867-1979
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Format Electronic
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Note "February 1980". Historical publication digitized from print, 2011.
Date 1983, c1980.
Number of Pages iv, 248 p.
Catalogue Number
  • R32-314/1980E-PDF
Departmental Catalogue Number QS-3293-000-EE-A1
Subject Terms Land claims, Agreements, Indians